He is apart of the basement installation crew at Healthy Spaces. What he enjoys most about his job is that the days fly by and being able to see the transformations take place in people's homes as a result of the work done. The most important thing that he likes about working at Healthy Spaces is you are rewarded with the means to provide a comfortable home life while also working with and for all-around good people.
When Bryon isn't working hard to make your home healthy, you can find him with his wife, Michelle, of 25 years and his daughter Annabelle. He also enjoys riding his bike with his dog Tennyson, ping pong, brewing beer, camping, and hiking.
Fun Fact: He is a universal blood donor with blood type O-
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Janice B. knew that her basement needed upgrades. She had been living in this home for numerous years and it needed a refresher. She also had issues with water intruding in her basement and knew that issue needed to be fixed before she spent the money on updating her space. Without further ado, gave Healthy Spaces a call to get her project started!
Not only did Janice B. from Evansville, IN get a new WaterGuard basement waterproofing system installed, she also decided to upgrade her basement walls with our EverLast wall panels. The WaterGuard system was installed around the perimeter of her basement catching any water that intrudes and taking it directly to the sump pump. From here, the water will be taken out through discharge lines. The EverLast wall panels are hard, durable, and won't dent like drywall. Along with that, they will never get moldy, rot, or get ruined by a flood or leak- even if the water is a foot deep for a week! They really brighten up the space with their beige and white color, too.
Janice is thrilled with her decision to get her basement waterproofed and the first step of her Total Basement Finishing journey!
Homeowner Richard G. From Livermore, KY gave Healthy Spaces a call when he was finally done with all of his issues happening in his basement. Water was leaking into his basement from several different areas, and this "drain" wasn't doing its job. Debris had piled up around it, preventing water from going in. A System Design Specialist was sent to Richards home to diagnose and treat the problems that the basement was having.
Together, they talked through a solution that Richard loved. A WaterGuard system was installed around the perimeter of his basement that would direct the water to his new TripleSafe Sump Pump. The Triple Safe sump pump has three sump pumps in one. The first pump will do most of the pumping effectively. The second sump pump will be there in case the first one fails. The second pump is more powerful and has a separate discharge line to give you a boost in the rare cases you need it. The third pump is designed using batteries so it will be there for you if the power goes out. The Triple Safe sump pump is the best option because it adjusts automatically when needed and keeps your basement dry with triple protection!
Richard can now rest assured knowing that his basement is protected from water.
A wet, musty, basement is something no one wants to deal with. Unfortunately, this was something Ken from Hartford, KY had been dealing with for years. Ken had a small basement leaking many places along the perimeter, especially in the corners. He said it is what he calls a utility basement that covers the middle half of the house, so he decided to call in the experts at Healthy Spaces, and a Design Specialist came to his home to do an inspection.
This homeowner took the wind right out of those worries with a perimeter drainage system called WaterGuard. Our amazing crews installed this system on the footing of the home by removing a small amount of concrete around the base of the basement wall. The drain is put in place and the concrete is replaced aside from the small gap seen along the perimeter. A TripleSafe sump pump is then installed to take the water from the WaterGuard, outside, through the discharge line.